Finance

Bill to help banks manage bad debts

Economic officials and tax authorities are poised to forgo 65 billion pesos in revenue over the next five years from the pending bill to rid banks of bad debts that are piling up amid a recession-induced recession. COVID-19. “The FIST law that we are proposing is an improved version. It …

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7 things that boots will set up a subdivision to buy

Allowances are a good way for troops to schedule payment directly through the Defense Finance and Accounting Department (DFAS), the department directly responsible for paying military personnel. An award sets aside a portion of future paychecks and automatically sends the money elsewhere. If used correctly, it can schedule payments on …

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Does Starbucks have more room to expand internationally?

Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) is still growing in the United States and China, its two largest markets, but growth is not as fast as it once was. However, with about three-quarters of revenue coming from these two markets, is there room for international expansion elsewhere? In this fool live Video clip …

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Impact of COVID on the credit risk of CRE multifamily loans

A report of Moody’s Analytics attempts to predict the impact of the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic on the credit quality of commercial real estate loan (CRE) portfolios backed by multi-family buildings and other types of properties. Is Multi-Family Recession-proof? Certain types of commercial properties have been hit hard by …

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